Comment on A Roman God, a New Year, a Paycheque a Sports Jacket and that thing called football! by bailemeanach.
Looks like Scotland doesn’t have a monopoly on lazy sports journalism
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“as the club attempts to recover from liquidation”
Explain this one to me Mark, I have all the time in the world..
Posted above courtesy of gazpops
A Roman God, a New Year, a Paycheque a Sports Jacket and that thing called football!
Anyone know what agenda is for the Thomson & Daly event, and if it will be available to view afterwards? They have been the big hitters in this story and bring shame upon the feckless hacks who call themselves sports journalists in Scotland
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.. and they wonder why nobody buys papers
Sorry to hilack but this is life or death for a wee one
Please please throw a few pound at this
Look Back to Look Forward
So there’s me just off an 8 minute rant to Sky Sports news feedback line after Jeff Stelling informing me and other mugs who subscribe that “Rangers” are on the cusp of a return to the top tier after “relegation 4 years ago”. Who is setting this disingenuous agenda?
The agent I spoke to was from an overseas contact centre, however seemed to be au fait with this particular issue.
I can only desist from continuing with Sky, but she said it will all be fed back – if they have a CRM system then it will of course be fed back.
I work as a customer insight analyst for a big High Street retailer, and no feedback gets covered up. We report it as it is, and the plenopotentiaries need to understand the customer voice.
So if you are paying to listen to blatent lies, then challenge it directly.
Two wrongs and a right
Re the wifi, seen a few old retweets today from the period following the wifi launch, asking fans in different parts of the ground to give feedback about connectivity and performance via a dedicated wifi email address. Now if the club are now claiming that the service was never installed to the required spec, then I would have thought that this would be reflected in the customer feedback gathered. Likewise it could be confirmed that wifi experience on match day met expectations. I think there would be a DPA requirement to retain customer correspondence for 10 years (I may stand corrected)
The tweets I’ve seen, and I accept its a small sample, anecdotally report no issues with the wifi
Why We Need to Change
Enjoyed the Jim Spence discussions today, he will of course be missed from a balance point of view on BBC, a hard act to replace, should they even aspire to do so.
Wee bit OT but it caused me to revisit the Jum Spence parody Twitter account for the first time in ages. Well worth a look if you need a chuckle, you find yourself doing the accent and its proper laughing out loud stuff
Did Stewart Regan Ken Then Wit We Ken Noo?
Cheers aj, I don’t recall this being normal convention in the English play offs, though appreciate its a different format. I certainly wouldn’t expect to see bookies offering odds as such. Agree it should be listed for what it actually is